One day you'll understand
After discovering a distressing 'Aryan declaration' in old family documents, a businessman is obsessed with uncovering the secrets of his family's past and goes back to the tiny village where his mother's parents were forced to live in a concentration camp during the Holocaust.
"Once again, veteran Israeli director Amos Gitai, has made a subtle yet powerful and moving film..."--Hollywood Reporter.
"***Recommended. ..leisurely paced but powerfully affecting drama...recommended."--Video Librarian.
"...suffused with a quiet glow of sympathy and enlightenment."--New York Times.
"This film is to be seen for Moreau, a French national treasure. who gives a beautiful, understated performance...."--New York Post.
- Projected medium
- [United States] : Kino, 2009
- Widescreen ed
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